Beginning in March 2012, MacArthur, in collaboration with the International Development Program and the Bernard Schwartz Forum on Constructive Capitalism at Johns Hopkins, hosted three roundtables on themes and trends in international development. Much of the Foundation’s work abroad is impacted by development policies and challenges, including its efforts in conservation and sustainable development, population and reproductive health, and girls’ secondary education in the developing world. The roundtables sought to explore the latest ideas about development and appropriate development strategies, with a focus on the causes of poverty, aid effectiveness in addressing poverty, and the politics of economic growth, among others.  

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Conservation, Education, Health, Population